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SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
support and also oakland. age song has been working for the last year to keep university mound open and serving residents of modest means. those efforts have been focused on continuing the operation at the facility under the current ownership until last week. age song has a right of first refusal to purchase this property. and as of last tuesday university mound board has recognized that right. that's great news. we have 15 business days to [speaker not understood] together. that's the time period that the board has given us. and age song intend today do exactly that. they intended to put a deal together to purchase the facility, to continue to operate it as a assisted living facility, continuing to serve residents of modest means. they have -- they proposed a model for the continued operation under the current ownership they believed would work. the board rejected that model. they are now moving forward with that model with a different investor group and hope to put a deal together to save the community. and age song vehemently opposes the closure for all the reasons you do. and it
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
went to the stick. >> it will be warmer today. we are starting out cooler, especially in oakland with the low fog and clouds. temperatures in the upper 50s. a carolina start and warmer finish. and the hottest days still to come. the forecast next. >> thank you, lisa. and the story of a survival. a teenager who lived through the unthinkable. she's the only one to survive a family masser and we will hear from her. and hours away from the world cup final in brazil. why officials have called in extra security the [ heart beating ] [ female announcer ] the internet gets more exciting the faster it goes. that's why, coming soon, xfinity will double the internet speed on two of our most popular plans. xfinity continues to innovate, bringing you the fastest, most reliable internet, period. [ heart beating ] xfinity internet from comcast. double the speed. [ heart beats ] double the speed. you have made my life special by being apart of it.ecenough. (everyone) cheers! you made it buddy. glad you made it buddy. thanks for inviting me. thanks again my friends. for everything, for all your help.
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:30am PDT
look at sports issues, the a's, the raiders, the future of sports in oakland up in the air this week. we're going to be talking about the bryan stow verdict. when big teams are having to do big payouts for fan violence. >> what implications are we talking about. >> and a well-known san francisco dental school is moving. they have all this high-tech gadgetry. we're going to show you that coming up. >> and way to get reduced or free dental care. first we'll take a look at your weather forecast starting off cloudy. a live look at the bay bridge. you can see plenty of clouds and fog at this hour. temperatures in the upper 50s around the bay area. what to expect for your sunday ahead. a little warmer inland. yesterday was pretty nice almost everywhere except for right along the coast. we are going to see the warming trend continue. me i did delaware tails in your seven-day forecast. >>> people angry about the way the shooting of andy lopez has been handled took to the streets of santa rosa. >> at one point for 125 minutes yesterday they blocked highway 101. the sonoma county district atto
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
, rosemary orozco. >> good morning to you. >>> this is the oakland estuary, plenty of cloud cover out there from the coast across the bay, north bay, south bay and into the east because. >> look at the satellite radar. >> it is even a little bit of patchy drizzle and i had a few drops on my windshield coming in. and into the east bay. mostly cloudy skies. >> livermore stretching into areas like tracy and these are going to burn away. >> mostly sunny for the afternoon. and have to keep reminding that we are not going to see a lot more sunshine on the coast. and the onshore breeze at fairfield gusting to six. and we still have cool air pooling through the delta. and temperatures in the 50s. 58 in oakland. and upper 50s. low 60s. in antioch. >> half moon bay and low 50s in novato. >> for the afternoon today. 10 degrees up. >> 91 in livermore. >> 75 for hayward. >> and 79 for san francisco and cool 50 degrees in pacifica. and 90 degrees in napa. >> temperatures will continue to climb r. >> i will show you for how long in the forecast coming up. >>> happening now, thousands of people are k
KRON
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
the mist out there. san francisco at 54 degrees. oakland 58. san jose. concord 57. santa rosa. highs for today. 69 in san francisco, once the clouds clear out. and the japanese festival today. livermore. it will be hot one inland. a lot of cities will be a little warmer than yesterday. that will continue through tomorrow. we'll talk about how hot it will get for you later. marty. >> thank you. >>> let's get to the news. authorities in the north bay have identified a suspect in the investigation into a fatal hit and run near santa rosa. we're live along petluma hill road. mike? >> good morning to you. marty. the chp is looking for a man who was behind the wheel of a car as it hit and called 21 year old north of hunter lane. he is wanted for questioning at this point. they identified him as a resident called the authorities to report a vehicle with front end damage. and authorities impounded the vehicle and traced the car back to the individual. they have not found him. this stems from an incident with a chp responded to a body in the road. and authorities say that a 21 year old man wa
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
at the low clouds in san francisco over to oakland. and into the tri-valley. and so this morning, everybody more or less seeing the same picture outside. mostly cloudy skies with the drizzle. then clouds on the coast and valley temperatures. climbing to the 80s and low 90s closer to the tri-valley. to numbers in the 80s in san jose. 58 in san francisco with patchy, low clouds coming up. we're talking temperatures in the upper 90s for a few spots tomorrow. we'll talk about that and other changes in your sunday forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you so much, rob. >>> well, this morning palo alto police are beefing up patrols at city parks. she managed to escape the suspect. when she tried calling 911 on her cell phone, she couldn't get through. the attack happened friday at 11:30 in the morning. this is not far from campus. police say a man approached the woman in the small neighborhood park and started talking to her. he then suddenly made aggressive advances towards the woman, fondling her and pinning her down as he tried to kiss her. she was able to shove him off, but when she
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
serious. we're going to be taking a look at sports issues, the a's, the raiders, the future of sports in oakland up in the air this week. we're going
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
mist and drizzle. right now 55. san francisco 58 in oakland. and half moon bay about a mile and a quarter visibility at 355 degrees. so it is cooler this morning. we warmed up a little yesterday and we will warm up a little more today. fog pulls back from the marin county coast. a little bit in san francisco. still upper 60s. breezy there. low 70s in oakland. some lower 80s in san jose. and more 90s coming into play in our east bay evaluation. not the warmest day yet. i'll detail the forecast in a few minutes. cornell. >> see you then. thank you very >> angry protesters in one town said they won't stop until the man known as the pillowcase rapist moves out. the man has admitted to raping 40 women between 1971 and 1982 in the bay area. miss nickname comes from he used pillowcases to muffle screams. last month it was determined his home was in los angeles. last wednesday he was taken to a home east of palm day after his release from a state hospital. he was greeted with protesters who hung pillowcases on the fences and chanted a convicted serial rapest is not welcome in their town.
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
. >> reporter: in oakland at the same hangar where the first amelia started her quest. >> and i feel like we've brought her home. >> reporter: a once-in-a-lifetime journey for which the sun has now set. joe friar, nbc news, los angeles. >>> we have our own amelia here. >> we do. >> we can't get enough amelia today, amelia segal for more on the forecast. >> no relation to amelia earhart in any way. as far as the forecast is concerned, we're looking at former temperatures today, more humidity. the good news, it looks like the storm chances will hold off until after sunset. maybe an isolated hit or miss shower or thunderstorm before the sun goes down. but it's really looking like 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 p.m. when we'll start to track scattered showers and thunderstorms across the area. so you need to get the yard work done or maybe plans to enjoy the yard today. the weather looking to cooperate. because of the heat and humidity the weather will have a low to moderate impact on your day today. i want to walk you through the day with future weather. 10:00 a.m., looking at cloudiness across the
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
championship game and he played the crosstown rivals and he saw that the oakland nuts got skunked in three innings. and watching ten-year-olds play baseball is a tremendous thing because this year they can hit the ball and catch the ball and throw the ball more often than none. and they learned about i and we. we are all in there to support one another. so you see growth among ten- year-olds playing baseball similarly to this in the bay area. i urging you to get out and do something in the we category. you can go to a baseball game, if you can afford it i think the san jose giants are just as interesting and the ticket prices are better. and you can go to buster and grove. and they have music from pixar and a sing-a-long from greece. there are a lot of things to do. there are museums and plays. and you can get involved in that and get reconnected to some beautiful language that will sharpen you up. but i urging you to remember to go out also and attend a worship service or a program of some kind. we've all got something we can do. we can go to a temple, a mosque or church. you can dr
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
sunshine. warmup near calistoga and mid-70s today for oakland. san leandro. 77 fremont. you head inland and the warmth from the valley headed into our east bay valleys with low to mid-90s for brentwood and pittsburgh. it will be a warm one. it will stay that way for the next several days. the accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow upper 90s. getting pretty coastie inland. low 80s around the bay. staying in the 60s at the coast. you notice with the extra cloud cover we are still warm and it's by thursday and friday we begin to trim back the temperatures a little bit. so that wide range stays with us, that summer spread, all week long. we will let you know how warm it will be in your community by creeping track on twitter. >> and get a away from the triple digits? >> it will be close. >> you probably heard of the nutri-bullet. it is a blender. 7 on your side tested the potential dangers of the product and here's michael finney. >> good morning. "consumer reports" says a nutri-bullet could post a safety risk. this morning we take a look. >> even the toughest ingredients don't stand a chance.
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 4:30am PDT
of block 52 has amazing views from oakland to candle stick. in looking this diagram you'll see buildings one and two their walk up without elevators have is s they have a concrete development and one ada buildings three and four are the townhouse they have their own parking underneath and the main living space on the first and second. and then building 5 is the larger building at the crest of the building it's a podium 5 style with parking lifts in the parking garage and a think a elevator building spectacular views at the podium level. here i'm showing you aerial views from each of the 4 corners of the building to get a sense of the scale is at the hilltop and the townhomes and two flat buildings. the two place of residence buildings one and two their - they share have shared open space in their rear yard that bach back up to each other that's an airy building the townhouse buildings have their own private space either in the front or back or both yards. in general our approach to the design was to take to look at texture and simplicity i pilot to bring something quieter that
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
state and oakland. -- bill clinton. "isn't it rich? " despite a tough role as the go-between in the highly public relationship of her parents, chelsea clinton stayed classy. it is strange to see her acting out by cashing in to help feed clinton.g maw of alexandria, virginia. independent line. caller: good morning. thank you ever so kindly. i'm calling relative to the issue of the last vestige of hope in america. and the american civil liberties union. -- c-spanly hosted firm in hosted a law washington dc. arthur spritzer. the chief legal counsel of the american civil liberties union. arnold and porter. facing major lawsuits. spritzer, torthur have allowed arnold porter to sit -- host him on the supreme and c-span allowing it and they spoke with one of your producers and with your c-span director, it seems to me that this last vestige of hope is gone. host: i want to ask you a favor. when you get through the next time, turn the volume down. that was an event that we hosted. we cover events around this town all the time that are hosted and sponsored by different organizations, whether
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
where it began. >> where's dad? >> reporter: in oakland at the same hangar where the first amelia started her quest. >> and i feel like we've brought her home. >> reporter: a once-in-a-lifetime journey for which the sun has now set. joer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> alexandria celebrated its birthday with a spectacular fireworks show. the explosion of light lit up the skies last night for the city's 265th birthday. the alexandria symphony orchestra performed and they played the 1812 owe va tour as the fireworks went off. >> good way to celebrate such great history in alexandria. >> definitely. >> see if we have any fireworks in the weather department. s to amelia segal. hey, amelia. >> in all seriousness actually, keeping a close eye on monday and tuesday for severe weather including thunderstorms that could be producing some high winds and heavy rainfall. now last night, a beautiful showing of the moon as well. the super moon, you could catch it. if you didn't get to see it i've posted a lot of pictures on twitter and a fabulous picture on my facebook page. head there and check it
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 1:00am PDT
oakland at our symposium and i believe that was a great sharing space of what they're doing with lack of resources and what they're able to accomplish, but also what we've been able to do with very targeted for their understanding. first off, about student's involvement, whether they're in a particular group that does this work or not, how do we get this information to them and how do they participate as team members. and i'm curious about the symposium and what we took away from that. >> so the students are defined in the process in developing the expectations alongside the teachers and the other staff members at each school site. and so where we go from there is teachers develop lesson plans to teach the students' expectations based on specific locations within the school. and in order to enforce those expectations they develop positive behavior incentives so that might be earning a prize or a reward of some sort like some schools have dance parties or might get to watch a movie or something like that if they're able to perform those expectations or behave up to what we hope for the
SFGTV
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am PDT
that day. there were -- people were with us at our program and also oakland unified and what was different to me was the approach that was used by the two school districts, the difference mainly being we're taking a systemic approach that you showed us tonight that we're ahead of schedules, our goal is train everybody and then respond to things, provide support and see what happens, which are good results. be what i was interested in -- and in oakland they started with a small cohort, sort of pilot schools. intensive training and work and support at a few schools and in those schools they've seen a dramatic reduction. particularly what was interesting to me was disproportionalty and racial disproportion nalgty. i'm looking forward, not necessarily this evening, i presume we all learned that that day and that's something you'll be talking about. as i said, i did talk to carey about it. what i -- my specific question is -- and again, i don't expect an answer to it tonight, is what data do we have about disproportionalty school by school, and what can we, in our planning and as we d
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
, in oakland we hit a high of 70, one degree cooler than average. check out san jose, 11 degrees below average. there is a big warmup on the way temperatures may hit 100 degrees soon, i'll show you when and where with the accuweather seven-day forecast. >>> a day after the release of grand jury transcripts in the case of sierra lamar. her father says it's tough to hear the graphic evidence. the 1900 page transcript details the case. lamar's clothes had fabric fibers from the interior of his volkswagen jetta. when detectives searched his car, they found her dna on an interior armrest. the rope in the trunk had her hair on did. her father hasn't read the documents. >> right now i'm saying no because maybe i'll get to that point eventually, i know what i need to know. >> today a team of searchers scoured some rough terrain near morgan hill. the searches continue much like they have since sierra disappeared in 2012. rewards are still available. >> tonight it was a veggen dairy night at candlestick park. the stadium hosted its last football game. 49ers greats like joe montana and jerr
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. san ramon, 87. 74 oakland. 68 here in the city. cloudy start, sunny finish, 94 in antioch. 82 fairfield. 86 napa. and 83 in santa rosa. look ahead, warmer tomorrow. warmer on monday. and then, a bit of a cooling trend. cooling, but still plenty warm with low 09s inland tuesday, and then wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, the numbers begin to back up a little bit with numbers fall into the upper 80s inland. mid 70s around the bay for the most part. we will persist with numbers in the 06s . so cool in the coast, and hot times inland. i wonder if any sports team at all is hot. who do we ask about that? >> yeah, well, it was an interesting night tonight. >> one of them is really hot, but the games don't matter and it is not the team you are thinking of. summer league nba drama involving the warriors. we have that coming up. plus, the as try to fend off the hard charging mariners. saturday baseball coming up in sports. the second his room is ready. s a ready for you alert so he knows exactly when he can prep for his presentation. and when steve is perfectly prepped, ya know wha
KRON
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >>> this is a look at the aftermath of the june crash at oakland. the mayor was on her phone at the time and possibly ran a red light. but the mayor denies the claims. others say the other driver ran the red light. they cannot determine who is at fault because of conflicting accounts. in a statement, mayor quan responded to the findings saying she was not using her cellphone and it wasn't a factor in the accident. >>> meet the san francisco police officer dubbed the hot cop of the castro. >> and a supermoon is out tonight, but what's making the moon appear so bright? bryan will explain. >> i'll try to help with that explanation and also talk about the forecast for tomorrow. today we were cooler by the bay, but things are warming up for sunday in the forecast coming up. >>> look up in the sky tonight and you'll be able to see a rare supermoon. tonight's moon will seem larger than usual. experts say that's because it's a full moon cycle. also because the moon is closest to earth right now in its orbit. those two factors together make it appear big ier and 14% -- bigger and 14% brighter. >>
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
up tomorrow morning, misty skies likely. maybe toward oakland and along the coast as we get things started tomorrow morning. wind speeds still pointing on shore and toward fairfield, livermore, antioch. it will set the stage for some warming temperatures into tomorrow afternoon. we're talking about the low clouds being a big part of the story. as we take where those low clouds are, you can see them into san francisco. spilling over toward the east bay into the tri-valley. we will see a warmer sunday for you. a couple spots that will see warming temperatures. san jose was in the mid 70s. tomorrow, looking at a high of about 83 degrees. toward the east bay in pleasanton, the thing leading to this big warm-up, as we see a run toward 90. it will be tied into a weather pattern that could bring a repetition of monsoon moisture to the bay area. you've got the low clouds, a cool pattern for us. hey pressure finishing off the weekend. the hey reaching its peak intensity. we will see the monsoon moisture coming out of the south. the moisture coming up out of southern california. there's a ch
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:30am EDT
year and suffers from depression. on skype out of oakland california is david blue steen. a psychologist and professor, he looks at the intersection of mental health, and work, and recently testified before congress on a law that would prohibit discrimination against the long term unemployed. and out of washington, d.c., omar ucif, he is a recent grad who has been unable to find work, thank you for joining us. david, right now, this more than 92 million americans out of the labor force, and a number of studies are showing a corelation between unemployment and depression. what's the state of mental health as related to the people out of work? >> it is a great question. the state of the situation in my view is dire. the research evidence is very clear that unemployment especially unemployment for six months or more, is causally related to mental health problems. so the mental health -- some indices of mental health among the emmyed verses unemployed, indade that unemployed folks 34% tend to have mental health problems, whereas 60% of the general population has mental health pr
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 10:00pm PDT
patti lee. >> reporter: this cell phone video picks up moms before a 27-year-old oakland woman steps in to defend her colleague. two men in confrontation at 2nd and king street. there is muffled track talkin' and for a moment it appears both groups might walk away and then something likely words causes the oakland woman to turn. as she steps forward, she is blocked by one person, and hit by another. she lands on sidewalk, knocked unconscious. >> are you kidding me? you are going to defend your family. >> martha morales was happy to hear that the woman is now out of the hospital and the man police say is responsible is now in jail. police spokesperson albie esparza says 42-year-old anthony rucker was arrested and could be charged with farting the fight along with assault and battery, even though police say this fight had nothing do with team or gang affiliations, the assualt of the 27-year-old woman and her colleague has fans cautious about their interaction. >> if the same situation happened to us and somebody was heckling him i would try to pull him aside and keep walk. >> the
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00pm PDT
global fight in 1937. today's misair heart took off from oakland, california with her copilot on june 26. they made 17 stops in 14 countries. he runs a nonprofit organization that sends gifl girrls to fligh school. i'm anita vogel. >>> is this prison cell more difficult than serving in afghanistan? or is it more difficult to serve in afghanistan for you? >> at first when ways put into a cell with 15 strangers who didn't like me it seemed, that was one of the hardest experiences i've ever been through. because i had no support. being in the marine corps i always had my brothers there beside me to support me and to have my back. so it was very hard for me to not have anyone having my back in there. >> sergeant andrew tahmooressi served honorably during two tours in afghanistan. now he sits languishing in a mexican prison because of one wrong turn. we spoke to marines who severed beside him in combat. they are outraged this brave veteran is still behind bars and demand action from their commander in chief. >> i met sergeant tahmooressi in 2008 when we got to the marine recruit depot. we
KOFY
Jul 12, 2014 9:00pm PDT
out there as ama mentioned. 60 in oakland, san carlos 59. gilbert 62. half moon bay 57. from emeryville we looked west and you see low clouds coming in. 60 in santa rosa, napa, nevada and 60s through fairfield, concord and livermore and like at this nice shot again of that super moon. so increasing clouds overnight. it is going to be warmer tomorrow and then we have a summer spread starting early next week. the clouds will spill into the bay tonight and into tomorrow morning so we'll wake up with fog as well, even into some valleys and then temperatures will be in the mid 50s for the most part with 54 in san francisco and 55 in oakland and 57 in san jose. now, we have high pressure building and this is going to move west as it does. it's going to bring warmer temperatures into sunday that will continue into monday. so look for a high of 82 in san jose and hot in morgan hill and gill roy at 96. 80 in sunny vail. you'll find 70s, cloudy at the coast, cool there. so 64 in half moon bay, 62 pacificia but move over the mountains and you got 80 in mountain view and 81 in redwood ci
KRON
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm PDT
to us. book now at southwest.com. >>> oakland police are not here to determine if they were at fault last month. this is a look at the aftermath of the june 8 crash at 26th and market street in oakland. some witnesses say that the mayor was on her phone at that time possibly running a red light, but the mayor is declining the claims. the traffic investigations unit cannot determine who is at fault because of the conflicting reports. in a statement, they are responding to the findings as she says that she was not using her cell phone while driving and that it was not a factor in the accident. the bay bridge isn't even a year old, but they are showing you signs of aging as they are starting to pop up on their main tower. they removed the part cals, which they say is causing the rust as crews, they will be scrubbing away the pieces this summer as the project is expected to cost close to a million dollars. and the bridge officials are saying that they may have to shoulder just half that amount. >>> speaking of bridges, where she a view here of the golden gates, the time lapse of th
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 10:40pm EDT
he got back and finish his other two years of high school, he went to oakland university and he enrolled in college and majored in business administration. movedmedgar graduated and to mississippi, he was up and innt by you in it -- bayou an all-black town. lived there who was a black man who was rich. he had an insurance company. he gave medgar his first job of selling insurance for him. medgar said he started in a little town of clarksville, mississippi and then he ventured out to some of the plantations. that is what he was telling people about insurance. he looked at some of the conditions under which the people were living. he talked about black people not even knowing what insurance was. as he was talking to them and watching their conditions and looking at their conditions and looking at the reaction he was getting when he talked about human rights, civil rights, the naacp, registering to vote, and tell the stores which were true. what was happening to people in the area. there were no schools for blacks. and if you try to register to vote, what would happen and what had
KOFY
Jul 12, 2014 7:00pm PDT
oakland unified schools protect employees after their data may have been compromised. >> brazil gets shelled in the world cup again. how google is easing the pain. >> good evening, i'm frances dinglasan in the accuweather center. we had a lot of sunshine, beautiful weather, but breezy at the coast. >> new details about personal information of oakland unified school employees that it might have been accomplice immediate. the district is taking steps to correct the problem and make sure it doesn't happen again. the i-team first reported thursday valuable personal information like social security numbers and w-2 forms were left unguarded at an abandoned district building. in a letter, the superintendent said the district is offering current and former employees credit protection services. wilson said ousd has hired crews to remove the documents. work should be done by monday. in the meantime, the district says guards will watch the building 24 hours a day until it's empty. >>> the netherlands beat out brazil this afternoon, 3-0, to finish third in the world cup. dozens of soccer fans br
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 7:00pm PDT
he oakland was in his truck. you know, all of his clothes, everything. >> there was a staff sergeant that hit a secondary ied. sergeant tahmooressi, we were the first ones on the scene with our navy corpsmen and to be honest with you, i can't describe to you enough watching sergeant tahmooressi, we were running low on turning kit. he used his own to save this staff sergeant's life as we were beginning to lose this guy. so sergeant tahmooressi is a selfless and -- i can't -- words can't describe what he means to me and what he has done for this country. >> watching your friend being blown up in combat and not being able to run to his aid is the hardest thing to do. he has obvious issues with brain trauma. there were machine guns moved from vehicle to vehicle and he sustained a second head trauma. you know, his mental health, post-traumatic stress is very common situation with combat vets. >> with the ptsd he already has right now, dealing from war. you know, he took ten steps forward when he came to san diego getting treatment. he got treatment. and he took steps forward. to help hims
SFGTV
Jul 12, 2014 7:00pm PDT
, daughters who graduated from the san francisco unified school district. i moved to oakland, california october 1994 and was given the opportunity to teach and lead groups with the oakland community support center. so, i have been an asset to the community. but there was one problem that happened. the law stated that those of us who are clients of a program like a -- whatever you call these folk -- [speaker not understood] program, we have the right to have input into the decision-making process. but i was never given the opportunity to have any input into the decision-making process. so, within whatever you implement, it's a good idea to go back and allow individuals and make sure that they do have some input, you know, with the stakeholders or whatever, you know. don't just assume that everybody is going to do the job that they are supposed to do. and make sure that whoever is working with the mental health [speaker not understood] consumers, that they are [inaudible]. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >>> my name is [speaker not understood]. i'm with the saint john pro train afri
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm PDT
. oakland hats 65. in the city, 63 degrees right now. oakland has 65. santa rosa 75. and we have an interesting phenomenon tonight. the moon was full this morning actually at 4:25 a.m. pacific time. that's okay. it's going to look close to full tonight and it's unusually close to earth at the same time that it's a full moon. so it's called the "supermoon" because it's significantly closer and brighter tonight than usual. so have a look at the moon tonight. and think about all that. you should be able to see it inland at least along the shoreline not so lucky. temperatures in the 90s inland tomorrow so plenty of warm weather inland but along the shoreline the sea breeze keeps us cool and breezy. if you are heading out tonight windy by the shore, bay, inland, in the 60s. that's 8:00. overnight lows tonight will mostly be in the mid-50s. for tomorrow afternoon we'll be looking for numbers to climb to near 90 inland and along the shoreline mid-60s and mid-70s around the bay tomorrow looking very nice for the bay area. 96 sacramento for the state fair. it's going to be sunny and hot in t
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm PDT
, next month. >>> a look at how oakland unified schools protect employees after their data may have been compromised. >> brazil gets shelled in the world cup again. how google is easing the pain. >> good evening, i'm frances dinglasan in the accuweather center. we had a lot of sunshine, beautiful weather, but breezy at the coast. >> new details about personal information of oakland unified school employees that it might have been accomplice immediate. the district is taking steps to correct the problem and make sure it doesn't happen again. the i-team first reported thursday valuable personal information like social security numbers and w-2 forms were left unguarded at an abandoned district building. in a letter, the superintendent said the district is offering current and former employees credit protection services. wilson said ousd has hired crews to remove the documents. work should be done by monday. in the meantime, the district says guards will watch the building 24 hours a day until it's empty. >>> the netherlands beat out brazil this afternoon, 3-0, to finish third in the world c
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 5:30pm PDT
skies and temperatures at the shoreline in the 60s. 67 degrees at oakland and san francisco 65. 78 at santa rosa and in concord 82. tonight at 8:00 it will be freezing by the coast, 57 degrees. around the bay will be in the low 60s. inland will be in the low 70s. and mostly clear skies as long as you're away from the coast. so nice evening under way in the bay area. high pressure is over nevada and that's a perfect setup for warm weather especially inland. that high is going to build tomorrow so it will be warm tomorrow and even warmer on monday. but it will begin to cool off by tuesday. but nevertheless, we'll get near 100 degrees within 36 hours. here's how it looks on the futurecast. we are starting out with low clouds along the shoreline. let's roll this ahead to about sunrise tomorrow morning see the fog and low clouds move back in. then at 6:00 tomorrow morning, you can see that the peninsula is pretty well covered and the marin shoreline is pretty well covered. inland not so bad. and as the day goes on tomorrow, the clouds burnbach to the shoreline and it looks pretty a-okay
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Jul 12, 2014 5:30pm PDT
he is! >> reporter: in oakland, at the same hangar where the first amelia started her quest. >> i feel like we brought her home. >> reporter: a once in a lifetime journey for which the sun has now set. nbc news, los angeles. >>> that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt reporting from new york. i'll see you tomorrow morning on "today." then right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> good evening. i'm peggy bunker. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. happening now, the last football game ever at candlestick park is less than an hour away. guys like montana, rice, white and a list of memories goes on and on. christie smith is there. so many great memories because of those guys. >> reporter: 16 and number 80 out here, montana and rice, that's what these fans are coming out here to see. they want to see a little bit of that old 49ers magic. this is some of the crowd out here. it's gotten very crowded within the last 30 minutes. almost feels like a regular niners game. fans
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Jul 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
. comfortable right around the bay. 74 in oakland, 77 in fremont. 82 in san jose. san francisco, 68. and, here's a look at your accuweather seven-day forecast. we have a warmer pattern, so tomorrow just bump it up a few degrees especially inland. going to be hot by monday. and then notice things come down a little bit but we'll see the summer spread with 60s at the coast. 90s inland, cooler thursday and friday and then identity nice summer day for next weekend. perfect summer weather. >> coming up at 6:00, an update on breaking news we have been following, highway 101 in santa rosa is back open after being blocked by protesters. >>> a look at how oakland ewan phi identified schools plan -- unified schools plans to help employ years after their dat may have beenie comprimised. >> join us at 6:00. >> if you missed last night's super moon you're in luck. you can catch it again tonight. it happens three times a year with the first occurrence happening this weekend. looks really cool last night. if you saw it last night, you can check it out again at dusk tonight. it's worth looking at. the p
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Jul 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
san jose. 75 in oakland tomorrow. and 90s in the tri-valley. more details on that weekend warm-up when we come back. >>> thousands of people turned out on the streets of san francisco today to call for the end to israeli attacks in the palestine territory. demonstrators waved palestinian flags and signs as they made their way along market street. the arab youth organization organized the protest. they are calling for the end of israeli attacks in palestine territory and specifically calling on the u.s. to end their support of israel. police have not reported any problems and the protests remained largely peaceful. >>> a developing story in the middle east where israel is warning thousands of palestinians to leave their homes. israel tonight is telling residents to evacuate northern gaza, promising a barrage of missile strikes over 24 hours. there is no word of how many people are actually heeding the warning. but at least 15 palestinians died during an israeli air-strike overnight near a mosque in the gaza strip. hamas promises to continue targeting tel aviv. >>> a community outsi
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Jul 12, 2014 4:30pm PDT
the san francisco and seattle officers of [speaker not understood] working for the city of oakland public works agency. she has been described by her piersas a lifelong crusader for public safety and worked with our office in the livable streets division. from everything to [speaker not understood]. [speaker not understood] said she is most proud of delivering a master list of the vision zero project which we are proud of too,, which is designed to be implemented through a coordinated inter agency effort. [speaker not understood] utilize the resources each city department has and have a city-wide work plan to run clear communication. in august 2013 she helped launch bay area bike share which has been a tremendous success in our district and which we hope will continue to grow on to the rest of the city. she has also led [speaker not understood] bike streets safety project. [speaker not understood] from scott to baker have largely been perceived as a bike project. [speaker not understood] also championed projects including the neighborhood livability project. shes has consistently c
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Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
! >> reporter: in oakland, at the same hangar where the first amelia started her quest. >> i feel like we brought her home. >> reporter: a once in a lifetime journey for which the sun has now set. nbc news, los angeles. >>> that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt reporting from new york. i'll see you tomorrow morning on "today." then right back here. good night. if. >> consciously uncouple. clooney engaged. brad red carpet attack and kim and kanye multi-million dollar wedding. and all of this is just in the first half of 2014. hi everybody. i'm shaun robinson and welcome to do "access hollywood", special mid year round up and biggest scandal of the year so far and for that we go to billy. >> all right shaun thanks. the year is only half which through and already we have had a fair share of scandals. joining me right now is brian and take part live on the pivot channel and megie mack what is up girl. of that is going to be your name. sluvrment feel like we have a new
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Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
is her middle name, rose, ended her journey today in oakland, california. she says she flew a single engine plane along the equator and while the a meal yas are not at all related, earhart says having the same name did inspire her to make that flight. >> it was an mazing journey. we feel like we have amelia there with us. symbolically closing her flight plan. she left off near helen island and we flew over helen itself. >> earhart says the journey took a year and a half. she now plans to give away 10 scholarships to other young women so they can learn to fly. it was 77 years ago when the famous aviator went missing while attempting to fly solo around the world. >>> it's a daring dip. still ahead a man under arrest for jumping into a shark tank. what he may have been doing right before he took that plunge. also, ahead, heads up football. it's a brand new way for kids to play on the grid iron and parents, you're going to like ♪ >> funny man tracy morgan is out of rehab tonight, and he's filing a lawsuit regarding the deadly crash june 7th that left him with broken bones and an
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Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm PDT
you said the corps of engineers. and then you take seattle, portland and oakland, those ports have a port in the airport so they're able to get money from the airport. we're not connected to the san francisco airport. so, how do we get the money? and i believe it's a real live threat. and if you see the politicians in d.c., democrats and republicans, you can see they don't get much done back there because they always argue and fight. i believe this is a real threat and i really appreciate that. how do we get them to under it doesn't matter what party you're from? this is something that will affect future generations. this is something that will affect this waterfront and this city. and it's viable. i really believe that, just like global warming. people may not believe it, but it's here and we can't deny about it. so, how do we educate people to under to really invest in this? because i'm 100% behind this. i really appreciate, i think this is right on target. i think we're going to be visionaries, we need to get out front, not be on the defensive when it happens. i think we ought t
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Jul 12, 2014 1:15pm EDT
some of the tools that have been developed by places like asian health services in oakland and other health care organizations and sites would benefit from evaluationings so that -- evaluations so that they could be taken to scale and used in other settings. >> thank you. miss lattrell, you tall set up a program. you said shortly after you set it up with card nation between different groups you actually helped identify your first victim. can you talk about how successful this program has been at your school. and what recommendations would you make to other school districts, what advice would you give them? and then sort of to wrap it up, how can the federal government help support the programs, the program that you put in place at your school? >> sure. thank you for the opportunity to clarify. actually, we developed an information-sharing agreement which was with our school district, six other school districts, child welfare, probation, and three law enforcement agencies -- >> six other school districts? >> correct. >> okay. >> once we developed that information-sharing agreement, th
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
the accident involving oakland mayor gene kwan has been released. but investigators were not able to determine who caused the crash. the other driver said kwan ran a red light and was on her phone before the collision at 26th and market street june 8th. kwan denies that claim. and phone records show neither driver was on their phone. last night, kwan released a statement reading in part, as the investigation found, and as substantiated by my cell phone records, i was not using my cell phone while driving and it was not a factor in the traffic accident. i stand by my original statement that i do not believe i ran the red light. >>> in san francisco, a car crashed into the steps of the hall of justice. an officer said he saw it happen. police are investigating if the driver had been drinking. this happened last night, just before 9:00. police say the driver was going the wrong way up bryant street and turned on to the steps in the front of the building. luckily, nobody was hurt. >>> new details about the accused prostitute police now believe gave two men fatal doses of heroin. an atlan
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
terry of oakland who is recovering in the hospital. visscher also shot the other robber in the leg. he escaped the full-on manhunt. police are asking hospitals to be on the lookout. >> there's a lot of hospitals in the bay area that this person could potentially go to depending on how bad the wound is. >> reporter: the hostage was shot in the arm but she will be okay. police say terry was paroled out of prison less than two weeks ago. a gang member who served 15 years for home invasion robbery. >> i'm just shocked. two weeks later he's up here putting a gun to my head, to suzanne dodd's head. >> reporter: loyal customers came by with flowers to support the store. >> i'm just glad that this man had a firearm in here in this business. we're going back to the jesse james days! >> reporter: the woman who was shot left the hospital thursday night. she is recovering at home. in santa rosa, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> this is the second time robbers have targeted that santa rosa jewelry store in just a year. it's one of only three rolex- certified high-end jewelry stores in the north bay. >>>
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Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
oakland mayorwas oakland mayor jean quan on the phone at the time of her car crash? oakland police release their report on the crash. new details in the eviction case of a 98- year old woman in san francisco. we hear from the company which owns the building. and says, there is another side to the story. it is 7:00 saturday morning and thanks for joining us are kron for newsweek and let's get things started with looking at the weather forecast. >>: it is pretty overcast up their ride dealing with a lot of falk. as for temperatures a lot of upper 50s low 60s out their oakland right now 61. the leading the house as 60 degrees. >>: is headed to the afternoon a lot of sunshine is starting to warm things up and actually look like will see warmer weather on monday. that will be the warmest day. looking into what would that end of next week we will start to cool things down. but i will bring up the seven day road the day forecast coming up in 50 minutes. >>: the county fire officials along the, fire crews this is the march creek road and clear and fire officials say the blazes burning buil
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Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
oakland woman. police say that the 42-year-old anti rucker was isn'ted yesterday. 31-year-old francisco lopez was arrested thursday night. two men argued with another man and a woman near the ballpark after thursday's game. police say that the woman was punched in the face and knocked unconscious when she tried to break it up. police say that the team rivalry had nothing to do with it. >> they -- all had a's gear on. it was not a giants verses a's thing. i don't know what it was. >> reporter: both men are now facing assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy charges. >> san francisco police say someone down the wrongway down the street and cashed in -- crashed in to the hall of justice. the driver is facing dui charges. there was some minor damage to the steps but nobody was hurt. >> a new grand jury transcript reveals how prosecutors built the connection between sierra lamar and the man charged with her murder. 15-year-old lamar disappeared in march of 2012. grand jury transcripts unsealed yesterday detail evidence in the case against the man accused in her murder. the trans
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am PDT
police report on the accident involving oakland mayor jean quan has been released. investigators were not able to determine who caused the crash. the other driver said quan ran a red light and was on her cell phone before the collision at 26th and market street on june 8th. quan denies that claim. phone records shows neither driver was on their phone. last night quan released a statement, reading in part, "as the investigation found, and as substantiated by my cell phone records, i was not using my cell phone while driving and it was not a factor in the traffic accident." "i stand by my original statement that i do not believe i ran the red light." >>> in san francisco a car crashed into the steps of hall. of justice. an officer reports seeing it happen. police are investigating if the driver had been drinking. it happened just before 9:00 last night when police say the driver drove the wrong way up bryant street and turned on to the steps in front of the building. luckily nobody was hurt. >>> new details about the accused prostitute police now believe gave two men fatal doses of hero
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
fan rivalry. >>> the long-awaited police report on the accident involving oakland mayor jean quan has been released. investigators were not able to determine who caused the crash. another driver said kwan ran a red light and was on her cell phone before the collision at 26th and market street on june 8th. kwan denies that claim. phone records shows neither driver was on their phone. last night kwan released a equipment reading in part, as the investigation found, and as substantiated by my cell phone records, i was not using my cell phone while driving and it was not a factor in the traffic accident. i stand by my original statement that i do not believe i ran the red light. >>> in san francisco a car crashed on to the steps of hall. justice. an officer reports seeing it happen. police are investigating if the driver had been drinking. it happened just before 9:00 last night when police say the driver drove the wrong way up bryant street and turned on to the steps in front of the building. luckily nobody was hurt. >>> new details about the accused prostitute police now believe gav
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
even more precarious. the lawsuit, a federal trial based in oakland, california. it ended and a decision expected this summer all about former ncaa student athletes. there is another anti-trust lawsuit in the pipeline. there is a growing sense that washington is going to get involved with the ncaa and play big 12 engaging lobbyists. there is this steady trickle of events taking place that suggests that between the court system or the legislative system, you know, outside regulation to the big level inter collegiate athletic stricture is coming. >> what was the tone of wednesday's hearing? where did most senators come down on it? >> it's funny, to have different lines for different political per suasions, but, in fact, a drama calling the hearing. and the ncaa's defender was probablyr dan coates from indianapolis. senator rockefeller brought this up at the end and i did notice it. the coaches are clearly the biggest offenders. the ncaa as an organization is based in indianapolis, but the ncaa is not a gigantic organization. not just -- but doesn't have a ton of employees. so, i d
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
has landed in oakland and you heard that right. because she is alive. a former news reporter named after the ill fated pilot had completed that round or has completed the around the world journey. 16 year trip fanned 14 countries and 28,000 miles. earhardt was happy that she was able to honor her namesake. >> it was amazing we felt like we had her with us. symbolically to taksim cure navigate the globe in an aa single engine aircraft. and those are your headlines. >> pretty brave. speaking of brave. i believe rick reichmuth is maybe getting suited up for -- he is out there on the plaza. >> not yet. but i will be. you are not doing it, right tucker? >> are you kidding? no, not in my contract have a good agent there, tucker. we have rain across the southeast again it's warm and as the day heats up we will see more showers firing up. a little bit of severe weather today though across parts of the central plains and unfortunately more rain and northeastern nebraska, parts of iowa, just flooding concerns continue unfortunately there with that heavy rain. also, some beneficial rain acros
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 1:37am PDT
crash last month. but the oakland police department is not sure who caused the wreck. it says the mayor or the other driver ran a red light. after completing the investigation, police can't figure out who is responsible. >>> lebron james is going home. the nba superstar announced today he is leaving the miami heat and returning to the cleveland cavaliers. here is a look at tomorrow's front page of the hometown newspaper with lebron gracing the cover. cleveland fans can't wait. >> reporter: the announcement set off wild celebrations in a city that has not won a pro championship in any sport for 50 years. [ cheers and applause ] by relationship with northeast ohio is big e than basketball, james said in a statement published by sports illustrated i. didn't realize that four years ago. i do now. james, a native of akron, ohio was a phenomenal play maker from a very young age who went straight from high school to the cavaliers. but four years ago, james announced his departure for miami in a nationally televised jilting of cleveland. humiliated fans burned his jersey and his image was torn
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Jul 12, 2014 1:07am PDT
was not caused by fan rivalry. >>> the long-awaited police report involving oakland mayor gene quan has been released, but investigators were not able to determine who caused the crash. one driver said quan caused the red -- caused the crash running a red light and on her phone. she denies that and phone records show neither driver was on their phone. quan released this statement in part, as the investigation found and as was substantiated by my cell phone records i was not using my cell phone and it was not a factor in the traffic accident. i stand by my original statement that i do not believe i ran the red light. >>> new at 11:00, abc7 news spoke to a man considered a hero tonight for helping rescue his neighbors from their burning home. it happened around 1:00 at this a you part meant building. neighbors across the street heard breaking glass and saw black smoke and ran to help. they say they found their neighbor outside badly burned and disoriented saying his wife is still inside. >> i bust out the windows and ask if you hear my voice. she grabbed my hand and we got her out of
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